To Have And To Hoax by Martha Waters.

In Regency era London, Lady Violet has become estranged from her dashing husband Lord Audley, but when she receives word that he has been thrown from his horse and lies dangerously hurt, she rushes to his side... only to find him with his friends at a tavern. Angry and embarrassed, Violet decides to get back …

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The Matchmaker’s List by Sonya Lalli

I was really intrigued to read this book when Penguin Random House sent me an email about it and asked if I'd like to be part of the Blog Tour. The Matchmaker's List is a novel by a Canadian author, and the events in the book happen in well known places around Toronto, which I …

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A Cat, A Hat & A Piece of String by Joanne Harris.

This book of short stories by the author of Chocolat is a nice little collection of tales which personify the authors usual humour, pathos and sense of whimsy and the magical. The title comes from her answer to the question, if you were to be stranded on a desert island, what things would you take …

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Trumpageddon with Simon Jay at the Kings Head Theatre, London

There is in London a long held tradition of pub theatre. Usually upstairs, sometimes down, these beautiful old pubs of London will have a small theatre and will hold some interesting events. Personally, I think that it's a great way to see a wider part of London and the arts, without the big price tag or the …

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